Sunday, April 3, 2011

Gaddafi's regime rejects the ceasefire proposed by the Libyan rebels

The regime of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has rejected a ceasefire proposed by the Special Envoy of the United Nations. The plan, which the Libyan rebels had been willing to accept, provided for a cease-fire under certain conditions, including heavy siege conclusion that certain rebellious cities have been exposed to be surrounded by troops loyal to Qadhafi.

"We are demanding that we withdraw from our own cities ... It's a crazy proposal. Do not abandon our cities," said Ibrahim Musa, spokesman for the Libyan Government. This afternoon the President of the National Transitional Council Acting Abdelyalil Mustafa, had been willing to accept the plan.

However, he made it a condition to end the siege, freedom of expression throughout Libyan territory and the continued presence of United Nations observer.

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